See Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's (70th!) Anniversary Portrait
This is seriously huge. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip are just one day away from their 70th wedding anniversary—that's right, 70 years! The royal couple tied the knot on November 20, 1947, and to mark their platinum anniversary, they just released a beautiful new portrait.
The Queen is 91 and Prince Philip is 96, and they're still going strong! The two were wed at Westminster Abbey in London 70 years ago, earning them the title of the longest-married royal couple.
To celebrate the occasion, they posed for a new portrait, shot by British photographer Matt Holyoak. In the image, which was released on social media yesterday, Queen Elizabeth is wearing a beautiful cream dress by designer Angela Kelly, as well a pearl necklace and a ruby and diamond broach. The Duke of Edinburgh looks equally sharp in a gray jacket, blue pants, and red tie.
According to the 'gram, the pictures were taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle at the beginning of November. Check out the stunning portrait for yourself:
Seventy years of marriage is certainly nothing to sneeze at. Maybe the Queen could give some advice to Hollywood's big-name couples—our hearts are still hurting from all the break-ups this year.
Congrats to the royal couple!